Sanskaar Laxmi

Sanskaar Laxmi is an Indian television drama series which premiered on Zee TV on 17 January 2011 to 8 September 2011. The series is based on the life of a poor village girl, Laxmi who gets married into a rich Gujarati family in Mumbai. The story shows how a less educated but worldly wise, mature and extremely talented Laxmi overcomes obstacles to settle down in her life.

Sanskaar Laxmi/संस्कार लक्ष्मी
Created byR M Joshi
Written byMitesh Shah, Swati Shah, Vikas Tiwari, Gitangshu Dey, Anand Goradiya, Swati Goradiya, & Vinod Sharma
Directed by
  • Fahad Kashmiri
  • Roy V.George
StarringVibha Anand
Shakti Arora
Vivan Bhatena
Suzanne Bernert
Vikas Sethi
Aamir Dalvi
Anisha Kapoor
Opening theme"Sanskaar Laxmi"
Country of originIndia
Original language(s)Hindi
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes137
Producer(s)R M Joshi & Rajesh Pavithran
CinematographyBalu Dahifale
Editor(s)Santosh Singh
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running timeApprox. 24 minutes
Production company(s)Spin-A-Tale Entertainment
Original networkZee TV
Picture format576i (SDTV)
Original release17 January 
8 September 2011
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Laxmi is rooted in Indian traditions and has an inborn knack for winning peoples hearts with her pleasant demeanor and sweet smile even in adverse situations. For Laxmi, 'Sanskaar' does not mean only following rituals blindly but it means caring for everyone and valuing relationships.

Laxmi enters a rich but fragmenting joint urban Purohit family based in Mumbai as their daughter-in-law and plays the central role in stopping the family from falling apart. How the Purohit family, a traditional believer in rituals and culture of Hindu religion deals with the rural, modern and ultramodern lifestyle after bringing in their daughters-in-law; how significant a role Laxmi plays after coming in and how she overcomes her own as well as her family's trials and tribulations forms the basis of the show.



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